hidden in our tax code basically help one industry or another, that can't be justified in any economic terms. and, so, that's where we coined the term "corporate welfare." it's caught on. and because it says it's a subsidy, but not a subsidy, help going to a poor person, which is where welfare ought to be going, but going to the richest americans, going to our rich corporations. >> so, we have a tax code that encourages companies to send their profits abroad, to send jobs abroad, and to reward owners of their company whose money may not come back to the united states? >> it doesn't make any sense, you might say. and the fact it doesn't, you know, one of the reasons i wrote the paper was, you know, there's a lot discussion going on about we have a budget deficit. and we have to slash this, and slash that, and cut back education, and cut back research, things that will make our economy stronger, cut back infrastructure.